The brutal homicide in a McDonald’s diner in Zhaoyuan, Shandong, on May 28, 2014 of a salesgirl in a nearby clothing store called Wu Shuoyan (1977–2014), who had refused to give her phone number to visiting “missionaries.” The crime plays a key role in the Chinese rhetoric against the xie jiao, and was attributed by the CCP to The Church of Almighty God. Scholarly studies of the documents of the trial, however, proved that the murder was in fact perpetrated by a different religious movement, which had no connections with The Church of Almighty God.
Religious Weddings and Funerals Banned as Illegal Activities
People of faith, Buddhists and Christians alike, are not allowed to celebrate life’s most significant moments according to religious traditions and rites.
‘Xi Jinping’s Religious Persecution Harsher than Mao Zedong’s’
Members of state-run Protestant churches suffer unmatched harassment at the hands of authorities, as their worship places are demolished on trumped-up pretexts.
The Case of the Quran Floating in the River: Saving Holy Books from CCP Desecration
Qurans are seized and burned in Xinjiang. In desperation, some put them in the Ili River, wrapped in plastic, hoping they will be recovered in Kazakhstan.
Another Tiananmen Butcher Honored by the CCP
After General Yang Baibing, another symposium celebrates Wang Fang, who as Minister of Public Security shared responsibility for the students’ carnage.